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Album Review

A nice album of tango arrangements for guitar by David Tanenbaum. The pieces are all compositions of Astor Piazzolla, and it is something of a tribute album as such. The music is played rather well, as Tanenbaum is one of the premier non-rock guitarists around. Arrangements of the music come from former Piazzolla guitarist Sergio Assad, Leo Brouwer, Augustin Carlevaro, and Tanenbaum himself. For the pure feeling of a Piazzolla tango, one should most assuredly pick up an actual Piazzolla album for the pieces that are added in by the violins and bandoneon that are lacking here. Overall, a good bit of guitar work, but not the full tango that one would hope for.

Biography

Born: 10 September 1956 in New York, NY

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '90s, '00s

In addition to his remarkable concert career, American David Tanenbaum has become one of the most tireless promoters and supporters of the classical guitar and its repertoire. As a performer, teacher, and editor, he continues to contribute to the status of his instrument. David Tanenbaum was born into an exceptionally musical family; his mother, a private piano teacher, gave him his first lessons at the age of five. His father, Elias Tanenbaum, was a composer and head of the electronic music program...
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